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NIH R01 Social Sciences Manual

*We are currently updating this manual to include the latest NIH updates for applications due on/after May 25, 2016. If you purchase this product today, you will receive your PDF copy instantly which includes useful information to get you started. We will then email you the updated PDF to include these updates when they are completed.

NIH_R01_SOCIAL_SCIENCES

Social and Behavioral Science applications look different from biomedical or purely clinical proposals, although social or behavioral science techniques may be components of a multi-methods project involving both social science and biomedical or clinical elements. In addition to drawing material from NIH, this manual relies on interviews with program officers at Institutes that fund a large number of social and behavioral science proposals as well as social scientists who have written R01 applications and served on NIH review panels.
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This how-to manual focuses on R01 grants for the social and behavioral sciences. This includes a broad range of projects coming out of the disciplines of Sociology, Anthropology, Psychology, Political Science, Urban Studies, and sometimes Economics, as well as applied disciplines like nursing, social work, public health, public policy, and communications..
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  • Inside this 475-page manual you will find step-by-step guidance for:

    • Understanding the R01 Mechanism for Social and Behavioral Scientists
    • Starting the Grant Application Process
    • Successfully Presenting Your Project and Your Individual Qualifications
    • Detailing Your Facilities and Other Resources
    • Crafting an Effective Research Strategy Section for a Social Science Proposal
    • Human Subjects Assurances for Behavioral and Social Science Projects
    • Strategies for Planning Your Budget
    • Plus Much More!

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    NIH R01 for Social Sciences: 10 Key Tips to Write a Winning Proposal”
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  • About the Author —
    Dr. Jo Ann Schneider

    Dr. Jo Anne Schneider Dr. Jo Anne Schneider is currently an Associate Research Professor in Anthropology at George Washington University. She served as an American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Science and Technology Policy Fellow at NIH working with National Cancer Institute to translate research into practice (2003-2005). Dr. Schneider is an urban anthropologist focusing on the role of government, non-profits, and communities in intergroup relations, opportunity structures for marginalized populations (immigrants, refugees, people of color, people with disabilities, low income families), and social welfare and health policy creation and implementation. Her work consistently involves working with government, local institutions, community members and policy makers to develop applied research projects and translate research into policy and programs. She has an international reputation for developing interdisciplinary projects. Her most recent work focuses on the role of social capital in marginalized communities and the dynamics between government, nonprofits, and communities in implementing social welfare and health policy.

  • Limited-Time Offer!

    And now you can order your NIH R01 Grant Application Manual: Social
    And Behavioral Sciences
    in PDF format
    for only $399 $229!

    BONUS! As an added bonus, you will receive the MP4 for the 60-minute Webinar entitled
    NIH R01 for Social Sciences: 10 Key Tips to Write a Winning Proposal”
    (a $149 value, yours free).

    Upon ordering this manual you will automatically receive a digital PDF through a download link via email.


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    The entire contents of this publication are protected by Copyright, worldwide. All rights reserved. Reproduction or further distribution by any means, beyond the paid customer, is strictly forbidden without written consent of Principal Investigators Association, including photocopying and digital, electronic, and/or Web distribution, dissemination, storage, or retrieval. If you are interested in an Institutional Site License, please refer to the correct tab for more information.

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